Where to buy roses…

Of course we want to buy local when we can but many of the roses I grow and recommend are not sold locally. Below are the online sources that I use. I have a history with all of these companies and they are well represented in my garden! 😉

  • High Country Roses  (Link) has been growing and selling beautiful, hardy, own-root roses for over fifty years. They have a large selection from the oldest to the most modern – including my new rose PETITE PEACH.
  • Chamblee Nursery (link) Original Source of Earth-Kind® Landscape Roses” and have a great collection of the Buck and Kordes roses.
  • David Austin Roses (link) sells English Roses, old garden roses and a few modern roses. Their website is a great source of information and rose eye candy!
  • Heirloom Roses (link) sells a very large selection of own-root roses. They have a one-year guarantee that their roses are healthy, grown on their own roots, virus-free, and true to variety. There are always making advances in rose care products and this year sold a subscription for beneficial insects.
  • Roses Unlimited (link) grows a large selection of roses including many Kordes and Dr. Bucks roses. You can search for roses on their website but orders much be placed by phone.
  • Antique Rose Emporium (link) is a wonderful source for Earth-Kind, Pioneer and old garden roses.
  • Rose Petals Nursery (link) is a specialty rose nursery in rural North Central Florida – growing many hard to find old garden roses. They have a lovely website just full of interesting rose information!
  • Palatine Roses (link) is located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, has a large selection of roses from oldest to the most modern.
  • Proven Winners (link) has easy to access information about their plants and purchase options.
  • American Rose Society was founded in 1892 and is the oldest single plant horticultural society in America. The ARS is an educational, nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to the cultivation and enjoyment of roses. Membership information here.

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